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October 2, 2008 at 12:00 AM

Another Seattle hotel getting Microsoft’s Surface tabletop computer

Seattle’s Hotel 1000 is installing one of Microsoft’s Surface tabletop computers this week, following the system’s local debut at the Sheraton in August.

Hotel 1000’s setting its Surface in a circular lobby area it calls the “Studio.” The system’s running custom software from local developer IdentityMine.

It’s tapping into Hotel 1000’s network to provide guest services and it will have a memory card reader so guests can view and sort images from their digital cameras.

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